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On the back of the controller is a small hole just above the label to the right, this is the reset button, so use a pen or something thin to reset it and then re-sync it as usual.....hopefully that'll work
This means that the system wants you to reconnect the first player controller, usually in the 1 slot. It will do this if it thinks the controller is missing. I get this frequently on my xbox when the controller runs out of batteries.
Make sure the controller is plugged in all the way, charged and working properly!
Alternatively, you can power down the PlayStation and start it back up again.
It is hard to tell from your description exactly what you are connecting to...maybe a PC? We are not mind readers out here...
I will ASSUME it is a PC or other computer. If the cabling is solid it should remain connected HOWEVER if there are other programs running in the background, they can **** the resources causing data overruns which can terminate the connection. Shut DOWN all resource hogs such as Wireless Internet, Antivirus, Antispyware, antiadware while using the system and see if that helps. These hog programs come in randomly and do their own thing taking resources that might be required to staay connected to your device. Make sure the drum set and the otehr device are BOTH pwered from the same receptacle or source.
One other problem MIGHT be static electricity discharges... this is the season for it and a zap that you can't even feel is enough to send the controller and links into never never land for a bit. Try palying without clothes that might builld up static.
Sounds like your controller is not properly connected. Before
turning your ps3 on, plug the controller in with the usb cable and then
turn it on. If it does not automatically connect press the center